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Becky McKinnell

Hand crafted websites from the waterfront of Portland, Maine!

Job President / iBec Creative

Lives In Westbrook

Becky McKinnell is President of iBec Creative, the hottest up and coming web design and online marketing company in Portland, Maine. Since starting the company right out of college in 2006, Becky and her team have developed over 250 websites for small to medium sized businesses around the country. Becky has been featured in Business Week's Top 25 Entrepreneurs 25 and Under, awarded Small Business Administration's Young Entrepreneur of the year, and she's a recipient of the 2011 Stevie Women in Business Award. 

Why did you choose Portland? It's the perfect small city for me and it's so close to the most beautiful beaches I have ever been to.

Where's your "happy place" on the peninsula? Walking by the docks at Dimillo's with GoBerry in hand.

What's your favorite indulgence and where do you find it? Chocolate chip cookies at the Crooked Mile

Do you have a serendipity spot? Where do you always bump into good people? Bard Coffee or Crema

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